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Child care key to women's recovery from economic impacts of COVID-19: report

Child care key to women's recovery from economic impacts of COVID-19: report

TORONTO — Flexible work arrangements, affordable child-care offerings and training for new jobs are all key to helping women recover from a "she-cession," says the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.
CPP Investments creates new senior management position to reflect anticipated growth

CPP Investments creates new senior management position to reflect anticipated growth

TORONTO — The investment manager for Canada's national retirement fund has named Edwin Cass as its first-ever chief investment officer, a position that's being created to reflect the growing size of its fund.
CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in Canada picked up in August

CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in Canada picked up in August

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the annual pace of housing starts in August rose nearly seven per cent compared with July.
Legault, Ford meet in Mississauga, Ont., to discuss economic recovery

Legault, Ford meet in Mississauga, Ont., to discuss economic recovery

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The leaders of the two provinces hardest-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic are meeting in Mississauga, Ont., today to discuss economic recovery and health preparedness.
TD faces class action lawsuit over travel insurance and cancelled trips amid pandemic

TD faces class action lawsuit over travel insurance and cancelled trips amid pandemic

Toronto-Dominion Bank is facing a class action lawsuit over its refusal to pay travel insurance claims following trip cancellations triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ottawa man who shouted slurs, threw objects charged with assault in alleged hate-motivated incident

Ottawa police say a man has been charged with what they describe as a hate-motivated assault after he allegedly shouted homophobic slurs and threw objects at people on a patio last week. They say the alleged incident took place on Sept.
Concerns about Ontario back-to-school plan persist as some students head to class

Concerns about Ontario back-to-school plan persist as some students head to class

TORONTO — Long-simmering concerns about Ontario's plan to send students back to school bubbled to the surface on Tuesday as children returned to class for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Seven Quebec politicians isolating after Longueuil mayor tests positive

Seven Quebec politicians isolating after Longueuil mayor tests positive

MONTREAL — Three Quebec cabinet ministers and Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante are self-isolating after a suburban mayor contracted COVID-19.

Ontario will not loosen public health rules for another month as schools reopen: Elliott

TORONTO — Ontario's health minister says the province will not make any changes to public health measures over the next month to try to limit community transmission of COVID-19.

Toronto has speeding problem, mayor says as automated speed cameras roll out

Toronto has a speeding problem, the city's mayor said Tuesday after officials analyzed the first month of data from automated speed cameras that have been rolled out.